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LG G Pad 8.3 — Review

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Can LG supersize the excellent G2 smartphone and weave the same magic in tablet form? We haven’t seen a lot of activity from LG in the tablet market, despite its relative maturity. Looking back, LG last dipped its toes into...

Samsung Galaxy S6 / Galaxy S6 Edge — Review

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Samsung has lead the Android market with its Galaxy S line of mobile phones for a number of years now, producing one of - if not the - top-selling mobile handsets on the market. The company has achieved mass-market...

HTC Desire 816 — Review

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There's long been a split in the market between the “flagship" phones manufacturers launch with much pomp and circumstance like the Galaxy S5 or One (M8) and the second-tier devices like the Galaxy Ace or F Series. While expensive...

HTC Velocity 4G — Review

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Telstra's first shot at a 4G smartphone, but is it really worth it? Telstra have been marketing their new 4G network like it's the greatest thing since sliced bread, and to some of us it really is. 4G brings a...

Sony Xperia Z1 Compact — Review

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It’s been a long road to market for Sony’s pint-sized powerhouse, the Xperia Z1 Compact. We first heard rumours that the device would arrive in a Japanese-only "Z1 F" incarnation in October of 2013, and Sony was quick to...

HP Chromebook 14(14-Q002TU) — Review

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Haswell means more power for longer, but is it worth the higher price? HP joined the growing list of OEMs manufacturing Chromebooks with the HP Chromebook 14(14c001tu) back in March last year. They've since followed up with the Chromebook 11...

Philips Hue — Review

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One small step towards Home Automation The dream of a completely automated home has been inching closer for the last few years, when Google announced Android @Home a few years back at Google IO, it seemed like an idea that...

HTC One X — Review

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The same HTC but with a lot more common 'Sense' In 2011 HTC got really excited about releasing their Sensation phone, however in light of what Motorola and Samsung were doing with their Dual-Core offerings in that year, this phone...

Motorola Xoom II — Review

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Has the Xoom 2 lived up to the expectations and hype? The original Motorola Xoom was a huge step for the rapidly growing Android environment, carrying Android 3.0 Honeycomb and bringing a new "tablet friendly" operating system to users. ...

Sony Xperia Z1 — Review

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Sony's second 2013 flagship phone doesn't disappoint. Earlier this year, we rather enjoyed our time with Sony's Xperia Z. The company's waterproof, dustproof, “lifeproof" device proved popular despite being the underdog in the annual HTC-Samsung duopoly of mega powerful flagship...

Asus Transformer Pad TF701 — Review

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Asus aren’t what you’d refer to as a newcomer to the IT market and have earned their place in the manufacturers' pecking order. They’ve been involved in hardware manufacturing for years; PC’s, Laptops, Monitors and more recently Android devices...

Review: Huawei Ascend P7

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Over the past couple of years Huawei have been steadily increasing their presence. They started off producing cheap pre-paid Android phones but have slowly increased they specifications to be closer to the flagships of the more well-known manufacturers....

Oppo R7s — Review

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Oppo are huge in China, but they haven't quite reached the same level of huge elsewhere. At least, they haven't caught up with the likes of Samsung, Motorola, Huawei, or HTC just yet. The name doesn’t really excite too...

ZTE V969 — Review

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ZTE isn't a brand you're likely to have heard of - yet. They’ve been active in various markets around the world under their own brand, but kept a low profile in Australia, producing whitelabel products for Telstra and occasionally,...

HTC One (M8) — Review

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Is the HTC One (M8) your new Mate? HTC has a long and proud history in the mobile industry. From their early years as an ODM (original design manufacturer) making phones and mobile devices to be branded as HP and...

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